In office culture, we spend way too much time in meetings that are either unnecessary or totally inefficient. In this video, Kyle Ingham of The Distilled Man shares 8 simple tips for running more productive and efficient meetings. Original Distilled Man post: http://www.thedistilledman.com/run-effective-meetings/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VIDEOS YOU MIGHT WANT TO WATCH NEXT How to Negotiate a Pay Raise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0av3QzvESEo&t=1s How to Get out of a Conversation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kn5eKHlPD0k&t=28s How to Make a Martini https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-hByF_QQZo&t=17s ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE EBOOK I wrote a book and it’s totally free to download: http://www.thedistilledman.com/free-guide-yt ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to see more videos like this: http://www.youtube.com/user/distilledman Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/distilledman Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/distilledman
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Nov. 7 -- Former Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer gives "Bloomberg Studio 1.0" host Emily Chang one of his brain teaser interview questions.
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Learn how to run team meetings by taking these simple steps from our expert PMP. Try our Award-Winning PM Software for free: https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ProjectManagementHowtoRunTeamMeetings Every team meeting can be a pleasure if you follow these tips today.
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Restaurant Owners...I want to share with you exactly what the role of a restaurant manager is. To learn more please either watch the video above or click the link below to read the transcript or listen to the podcast on my website. Also, please leave your questions or comments I will answer them all. WATCH THIS VIDEO ON OUR WEBSITE: http://therestaurantboss.com/the-role-of-a-restaurant-manager/ FREE RESTAURANT TRAINING TIPS: http://TheRestaurantBoss.com MORE FREE RESTAURANT TRAINING TIPS: http://RestaurantProfitandPerformance.com SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=gromfinboss At The Restaurant Boss, I post weekly training tips for restaurants and bar’s. Tips range from food and labor cost, to restaurant specific marketing and management. I welcome you to check it out and sign up for my FREE video training series. LET’S CONNECT! Facebook - http://facebook.com/TheRestaurantBoss Twitter - https://twitter.com/RyanGromfin Instagram - http://instagram.com/ryangromfin MORE GREAT VIDEOS https://www.youtube.com/user/gromfinboss Please be sure to like this video and leave your comments or questions below as well as share this video with your friends, co-workers and other restaurant owners, managers and operators. I promise to respond to every comment or question! Thank you, Ryan Gromfin The Restaurant Boss http://TheRestaurantBoss.com
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Find out what makes great project managers and exceptional team players in this PM video. Try our award-winning PM software for free: https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=TheRoleoftheProjectManager This video covers: - Best practices - Training - Conferences - Project management software - Project management templates - Common errors project managers make and more! For more PM training and tips visit: https://projectmanager.com/resources/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=TheRoleoftheProjectManager
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Click here http://www.briantracy.com/youtube to receive FREE gifts, newsletters and promotions! Do you know how to conduct a meeting? Meetings are an essential part of the life of every organization and your ability to run effective meetings with your management skills is a critical part of your success in meeting management. Watch my video and learn how you can use a meeting agenda and different problem solving techniques to make your meetings extremely productive. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wm0XtZ_K3kA _____________ CONNECT WITH ME: Full site http://www.briantracy.com/YouTube Twitter http://www.twitter.com/BrianTracy Facebook http://www.facebook.com/BrianTracyPage Google+ http://plus.google.com/+briantracy Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/BrianTracy Instagram @TheBrianTracy Blog site http://www.briantracy.com/blog/ Subscribe to my channel! http://youtube.com/BrianTracySpeaker _____________
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This "Speak like a Manager" lesson teaches you eight English verbs with hundreds of uses. A real vocabulary hack to learn English faster then ever! Learn to use the words identify, resolve, motivate, focus, minimize, maximize, generate, and implement. These verbs are especially useful in business and professional situations. You'll learn powerful collocations or word combinations to use these eight advanced verbs in hundreds of creative ways. Make sure to subscribe to get all the lessons in my Speak like a Manager series (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxSz4mPLHWDamTa4xW7tkb-roADpiT5Jf). GET THE FREE LIST OF 100+ BUSINESS ENGLISH COLLOCATIONS HERE: https://www.engvid.com/english-resource/speak-like-a-manager-100-business-english-collocations/ TAKE THE QUIZ: https://www.engvid.com/speak-like-a-manager-verbs-1/ WATCH NEXT: How to change basic English into business English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2ZDNgtAsbw&t=0s&list=PLxSz4mPLHWDb5ilkSD089gY2UwKiP72S7&index=4 TRANSCRIPT Hi. I'm Rebecca from engVid. Today I'm especially excited to welcome you to a new series that I've created called: "How to Speak like a Manager". In this series you will learn how to take general English and upgrade it to business English. Okay? And we'll be doing that by looking at different verbs that you can use, adjectives, nouns, and so on. Okay? But today in this lesson we will be focusing on eight verbs. But you might be asking: "Only eight verbs and I can become a manager?" Well, yes. "Why?" Because I'm going to show you how these eight verbs, to start with, can actually be used in hundreds of ways, in different collocations or combinations of words, so therefore you'll be able to use them in all kinds of situations. Definitely in professional situations, but also in social situations or personal situations. Okay? So, let's start right now. Okay. So let's suppose what you want to say in general English or regular English is something like this: "I need to find out what's wrong." Okay? Now, on this side is all the regular English or the general English. Okay? And on this side we're going to express the same idea, but in higher English, in more advanced business English or more professional English. And you're going to help me because I didn't write the word in yet. You're going to help me because perhaps you already know some of these words, but even if you know them you might not realize how many different ways we can actually use those same words, and that's what I want you to be able to do. Okay? So suppose your idea in your mind is that: "I need to find out what's wrong." So how can we say that in more professional English? "I need to", the verb starts with "i": "I need to _______ the problem. I need to identify the problem." Okay? So, our first word today is "identify". Say it after me: "identify the problem". Good. Now, suppose the idea you're trying to convey is: "I need to fix the problem." Okay? "Fix" is a very ordinary word, so what better word could we use here? "I need to _______ the issue or the issues. I need to", you might know this word. "I need to resolve", okay? So, "resolve" is just like "solve", but usually we say: "Solve the problem", but we might say: "Resolve the issue". And "resolve" is an even higher, more advanced word. And the higher vocabulary that you use, the more professional you will sound. Okay? And that's what our goal is. Right? Okay, next: "I need to give people confidence." So what's a good word or verb for that? "To give somebody confidence" is to, something starts with "m": "I need to _______ my employees. I need to..." Do you know this word? I'm sure you've heard it. "Motivate". Okay? Say it after me: "Motivate" or "motivate". You can say the "t"; sometimes it's easier and clearer for people to understand you when you say the "t". So let's say the "t" now: "Motivate. I need to motivate my employees" or: "I need to motivate my employees." Okay? Instead of saying: "I need to give people confidence", because you see that all the verbs here are very ordinary, everyday verbs, and those are higher-level verbs. Next: "I need to give clients my attention." Again, we have a very weak verb here, so how can you say that: "I need to give my attention to my clients or give clients my attention"? The word... The verb starts with "f": "I need to _______ on our clients." What's the verb? Do you know it? "I need to focus", okay? Say it after me: "Focus". Be careful how you pronounce this word because otherwise it can sound improper. All right? "I need to focus on our clients." Sounds a lot better than saying: "I need to give my attention to my clients." Okay? "I need to focus". Next: "I need to spend as little as possible". "Spend as little" means spend as little money. So what's one word that captures that idea, to spend as little as possible? It starts with "m": "I need to _______ our expenses or our costs." Do you know what it is? Okay? So the word is "minimize". […]
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SUBSCRIBE: http://jpm.com/x/i/NFPWfK0 Trish Devine, a managing director in Corporate Banking, help clients realize their objectives by leveraging different parts of the firm. About J.P. Morgan: J.P. Morgan is a leader in financial services, offering solutions to clients in more than 100 countries with one of the most comprehensive global product platforms available. We have been helping our clients to do business and manage their wealth for more than 200 years. Our business has been built upon our core principle of putting our clients' interests first. Connect with J.P. Morgan Online: Visit the J.P. Morgan Website: http://jpm.com/x/d/LPdzH4w Follow @jpmorgan on Twitter: http://jpm.com/x/i/NFPWLIB Visit our J.P. Morgan Facebook page: http://jpm.com/x/i/NFQoLBw Follow J.P. Morgan on LinkedIn: http://jpm.com/x/i/NFQoLGt #jpmorgan #jpmorgancareers Day in the Life of a Corporate Banker | J.P. Morgan
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When was your last bad meeting? Last week? Yesterday? An hour ago? We’ve all been in bad meetings — meetings that drag on, meetings that don’t seem to have a purpose, and meetings that don’t end with concrete next steps. What’s the solution? In a new IHI Open School Short, Bob Pozen, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School and a senior research fellow at the Brookings Institution, provides clear, simple advice on how to run a good meeting. Pozen, the author of Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours, shares practical tips on when to call a meeting, how to prepare for a meeting, and how to effectively lead a meeting. With help from a vignette, he also shares the bad behaviors we should all avoid. “While these principles for good meetings seem straightforward, they are violated all the time,” Pozen says. “But you can take the lead in your organization in improving meetings by following the simple rules in this video.”
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www.travisrobertson.com/disc Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachtravisrobertson Tweet Travis: https://twitter.com/travisro Transcript of this video: http://travisrobertson.com/sales-marketing/qualities-administrative-assistant/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to part 2 in our series on hiring an administrative assistants! In the previous video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3yV9Y5xD3E), I walked you through how to know when it was the right time to hire an administrative assistant. The next question you should be asking is "what should I look for in an admin?" If you want to hire an assistant to help take your business to the next level, you need to be looking for these five qualities in your applicants. Slow down your hiring process and make sure they are truly a good fit! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- About Travis Robertson: Travis Robertson is CEO and Founder of Robertson Coaching International, one of the fastest growing real estate coaching and training companies in North America. Travis has trained tens of thousands of real estate professionals across the globe on high-performance marketing, business development and team building, and is recognized as one of the leading experts on recruiting and retention strategies for this new era of real estate. Meet Travis at http://www.travisrobertson.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE Never miss another video! https://www.youtube.com/user/CoachTravisRobertson?sub_confirmation=1
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Dr. Paul Marciano, leading authority on employee engagement and internationally acclaimed author, "Carrots & Sticks Don't Work..." McGraw Hill Professional Division (2010), speaks about his first day on the job. A video clip that all HR executives need to review and resolve based on Dr. Marciano's "RESPECT" model.
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Aspire to be a better leader? Then you need to be a team player with the right character traits, interpersonal and communication skills. Learn how to manage people and become holistic leaders with these few quick tips taken from the Leadership and People Management WSQ Course (LPM WSQ). This animated video was developed with the support of Capelle Academy. To get the skills you need to progress in your career, check out the LPM WSQ Course at http://bit.ly/LPM_WSQ
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Get The Executives & Assistants Working In Partnership: The Definitive Guide to Success Today! https://www.ho109.infusionsoft.com/app/storeFront/showProductDetail?productId=446 Your manager needs to be in the forefront whether he or she owns a business or is a sales representative within a firm. You continue building your partnership and reaching synergy by helping your manager maintain a competitive edge. When your manager looks good to the outside world and stands out in the organization, so do you! And you will win lots of points for caring enough to do what ordinary assistants will not do. The Star assistant continually seeks ways to help her/his manager maintain that competitive edge. Here are some ideas to get you started.
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Please take this short 2 minute survey and let me know how I can help you with management: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QPMLB26 For more info on manager training, please click on the following link: http://bit.ly/newmanagertraining To learn about the 10 most common mistakes all new managers make, and how to avoid them, click here: http://bit.ly/avoidthe10mistakes Website: www.realmanagementdynamics.com Simple Steps to Being a Confident and Effective Manager Getting a promotion to a management position can be an exciting time, but it can also be very overwhelming for a person who doesn't have any previous management experience. If you have recently been promoted to a management position, then there are a few things that you can do to improve your management style and have confidence in the way that you are handling your employees: Know the Rules and Expectations The first step to effective management is to completely understand the rules of the organization. Ask for an employee handbook or a copy of the written rules that need to be enforced. Study these rules so that you can easily understand whether or not a particular behavior is appropriate or inappropriate. Also, it necessary to completely understand the work requirements and tasks that each employee must complete. It is impossible to manage an employee if you don't know what their work requirements are. Be Consistent Consistency is key, especially if you are managing multiple employees. Once you understand the rules and expectations, be firm in enforcing those rules. If you start to bend the rules for one or two people, you will likely find yourself in a position of weakness and the employees will lower their respect for you as a manager. Kindness Goes a Long Way Showing respect and kindness for the employees that you manage is a good way to foster a positive environment, and your employees will likely show you respect in return. When this positive environment is created, you will be happier and more satisfied with your effectiveness as a manager, because your employees will be obedient and respectful of your role. Let your employees know that you appreciate their work, and refrain from any behaviors that will demean them. Occasionally situations will occur where it is necessary to correct or counsel with an employee, and during these times you should never yell at or bully the employee. Remind Yourself of Your Qualifications If you are doubting your ability to manage your employees, then that lack of confidence will show through in the way that you talk and interact with everyone else. As a result, your employees may unknowingly lower their respect for you as a manager. Taking some time to remind yourself of your qualifications and skill sets will help you to remember why you are in a management position, and this thinking will help you to be more confident in your interactions with other people. Practice Making Decisions Managers always face situations where important and quick decisions are needed, and if you waiver in your ability to make those decisions it will likely decrease your confidence. Don't be scared to ask questions of other people if needed, and then make a firm and quick decision once you have all of the information that is necessary to make an educated decision. Be Willing to Take Risks When a manager is willing to put their neck on the line, it will show their confidence and experience. Even if you are a little nervous about a project at work, throwing yourself into the situation 100% will help you to show confidence to other people who are involved. New manager tips new manager training new manager manager training mistakes managers make management training how to manage employees managing employees
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Great ice breaker to use with your teams or during team retreats/workshops. Ice breaker is applicable to a variety of workplace situations. Great primer to get groups to think outside the box. For additional resources by corporate trainer and keynote speaker Dana Brownlee see professionalismmatters.com.
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How to Take Meeting Notes - Master the Basics in 3 Minutes. Join us at http://www.wilymanager.com/how-to-take-meeting-notes/ to watch the full-length video about How to Take Meeting Notes. Get Instant Access to 200+ management Videos and Cheat Sheets... perfect for busy managers like you!
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Part of the Ideal Strategy Review Meeting series, featuring the Executive Strategy Manager at http://www.executivestrategymanager.com
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Do you have sit-down manager meetings that focus on moving the business forward? You need to! They facilitate communication and move your business forward. Get David's latest ebook with all the best techniques here: http://bit.ly/2cOe5yF About David Scott Peters: a restaurant management expert and founder of TheRestaurantExpert.com. He offers independent restaurant owners restaurant management tips, coaching and a software that will revolutionize their business operations and their profits. ************************* David is available for Consultation, Classes and More. To work with David or learn more click here: http://therestaurantexpert.com REQUEST A FREE CONSULTATION: http://bit.ly/1Kxt3kF These videos cover ways to take action in the restaurant today to be more efficient and profitable. Whether you’re looking for ways to cut and control food costs, trying to stabilize your labor costs, or you’re interested in building a management team that actually manages, these tips will help you. David teaches real solutions to the biggest – and smallest – challenges in independent restaurants. Watch this video and then take action! ************************* Video Notes on 7 Steps to a Successful Manager Meeting: Communication in restaurants is key to getting anything done, from cleaning to profitability. The big communication challenge in restaurant management is making sure you get your message across in a manner that everyone understands and can execute what you want done how you want it done. Owners tend to fail to communicate what they want done and how they want it done. As a result they express their frustration often when their managers seem to not get their job done. Then owners start to believe the only way to get anything done is to do it themselves, resulting in highly paid babysitters as managers — people to watch the restaurant, not manage. Managers have a completely different frustration. It’s their crazy-making owners who fly into the business creating a new list of things they want done, never explaining how they want it done and creating this list that can never be accomplished as fast as the owner would like. When the manager can’t execute on the owner’s expectations, the manager is told what they are doing wrong every day. The solution is to have manager meetings. ************************* A manager meeting is scheduled on a weekly basis. It’s not a five-minute tirade over what didn’t get done at closing the night before. It’s a weekly, scheduled time, set aside to review goals, expectations and challenges and then brainstorm solutions. Here are the 7 Steps to a Successful Manager Meeting 1. Plan properly and ahead of time 2. Make attendance mandatory, switching days for the meetings so the same person isn't called in on a day off over and over 3. Collect info for the meeting and create an agenda in advance 4. Stay on track - follow the agenda and don't let new topics take you off course 5. Facilitate and communicate - the owner or general manager should only be talking about 20% of the time and clear expectations must be laid out 6. Assign specific actions so progress can be reported at the next meeting 7. Take notes - assign someone to take notes and then distribute the notes to everyone These blog posts cover this information more in detail: http://therestaurantexpert.com/the-solution-to-miscommunication-in-restaurants/ http://therestaurantexpert.com/how-to-get-your-message-across-to-restaurant-management-team/ ************************* ************************* For more on this topic, visit our blog at http://bit.ly/2cbuMjp STAY IN TOUCH http://therestaurantexpert.com/free-e-newsletter/ FACEBOOK FOLLOW! http://facebook.com/therestaurantexpert SUSBCRIBE http://bit.ly/2cYOIfr
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Free Tutorial: http://bit.ly/2G6SqOU Want to know what smart interview questions you should ask hiring managers in a job interview? You're in the right place. One of the most IMPORTANT job interview questions is actually, "Do you have any questions for me?" Answer it wrong, and you'll DESTROY your chances of getting the job. Hiring managers expect you to have interview questions of your OWN when you come in for a job interview. It shows that you value yourself enough to make sure this company is the right fit for you. In this tutorial, career expert J.T. O'Donnell reveals eight smart questions you should ALWAYS ask during job interviews... Want to hear all 8 ways you are being shut out of the hiring process? Click this link and get access to J.T.'s FREE VIDEO on what it takes to remove the roadblocks to job search. http://bit.ly/2G6SqOU Follow Work It Daily: https://www.workitdaily.com/ https://twitter.com/workitdaily?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/groups/WorkItdaily https://www.facebook.com/WorkItDaily/ #JobSearch #InterviewTips #Interview
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Part of the Ideal Strategy Review Meeting series, featuring the Executive Strategy Manager at http://www.executivestrategymanager.com
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Joan Burge answers a question for an Executive Assistant. What topics should I be discussing during a one-on-one meeting with my Executive? Should I be the one to present tasks, ideas, etc? What type of dialog should my Executive be responsible for at our one-on-one meetings? This is part 1 of a 2 part video.
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Calendars and time management: you can't live with them and you can hardly manage without them! We've gone from paper and pencil to the newest technologies, yet the same issues arise over and over again. How can you and your manager cognitively apportion time to your best advantage? Find out how to create a win-win in this intriguing look at calendaring for the busy executive and executive assistant team!
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How do you know if a career in event management is right for you? This video is brought to you by Event Manager Blog, the #1 resource for event planners and Eventtus, The Next Generation of Event Apps - http://bit.ly/1U8jwDw Organizing events is tough and being an event planner requires you to be always responsive, creative and super organized. Here are 5 warning signs that you might not be cut out to be an event manager and event planning isn’t for you. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get instant updates. ******************************************************************************* ABOUT EVENT MANAGER BLOG Interested in starting or boosting your career in event planning? Check out Event Manager Blog for trends, technology, innovation and education tips for the event industry: http://www.eventmanagerblog.com/ Subscribe to our daily newsletters: http://eventmanagerblog.us11.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=c480f324793364ec1d982cad3&id=c297bc4951 *********************************************************************** GET SOCIAL Twitter: https://twitter.com/eventmb LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/event-manager-blog Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EventManagerBlog Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/emblog/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/+Eventmanagerblog/ *********************************************************************** VIDEO NOTES In this video we discuss why events may not be your thing. Being #eventprofs is tough. It’s important that you go into it with all of yourself, with creativity, passion and and with the certainty that things will almost definitely not always go as planned We are leaders, we have charisma, we are obsessed with organizing things. We are the last to leave the room and the first to open it the day of the event. We never look stressed and always reflect a positive image. We eat stress for breakfast and we are not scared of pressure. So let’s look at the top 5 reasons why event planning may not be for you. You can’t get things done If you find yourself procrastinating time and time again. Events are probably not for you. If you’ve planned events you know how responsiveness is important. If your team asks what to do with those lanyards, there is no ‘I will let you know’. You are required to make micro decisions every minute and the sum of those decisions is your event! No time for “I have no time.” 2. You are scared of tech Events today are a lot about tech these days. From making smart AV decisions to selecting the mobile app for your conference. You should be an expert of all things social media, livestreaming, snapchatting, facebooking. If you are not willing to understand the basics of technology, you will struggle a lot. This is not a job for you. 3. Chit chatting Event planning may not be for you if you’re finding yourself coming across as very annoying to not only the attendees, but also vendors, speakers, and basically anyone involved with the event. Overly communicating and instructing people at or attending an event is the wrong way to approach communication. There’s no need to send email updates on a daily basis (unless your client or someone on your events staff asks for updates every day), so be sure to be mindful of people’s inboxes when typing away and pressing send. 4. You get tired easily There is no work around this one. One thing we all share is a reserve of energy that keeps us going. We keep going and going. We don’t know what being tired means. We can relax the day after the event, although really the first thing we think about when our event is over is ‘When is the next one going to be?’ 5. You are not a good listener Making decisions for your event involves having great listening skills. If you don’t get what your client is talking about, you will not get things right and your event will be a mess. Experienced eventprofs don’t assume they know everything. They listen to their team, their vendors, their venue. Event planners know that listening means making better decisions. So, in conclusion... Being an Event Planner is a super rewarding career but it can be tough. These are the top 5 reasons why event planning may not be for you, so if you identify with any of these traits you may want to consider an alternative career path. If you are ready for the challenge then “go for it” and good luck! ---------------------------------------- Thanks for tuning in for this video: 5 Signs Event Planning is Not for You This was brought to you by Event Manager Blog, in partnership with Eventtus, The Next Generation of Event Apps.
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Hodgetwins on Tour buy tickets at: http://www.hodgetwinstour.com/ we travel to Beverly Hills CA to have a meeting with Google executives with Studio 71 Youtube Manager Brian Lieberman and Brand Manager Mac Newell with Letsgetmadetv to discuss opportunities for a web series on Youtube Red. Also updates regarding Hodgetwins live events. Watch Previous Video: Twitter Beef | Comedians Not Pro Bodybuilders| Keith's First Flight https://youtu.be/MbjGtedyd4Q Hodgetwins Social Media Links: Snapchat https://www.snapchat.com/add/hodge_twins Twitter: https://twitter.com/hodgetwins INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/officialhodgetwins FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/thehodgetwins SUPPORT THE HODGETWINS BY SHOPPING AT: http://officialhodgetwins.com/ LINKS TO Hodgetwins Youtube Channels: Twinmuscleworkout: #youtubeblack http://www.youtube.com/twinmuscleworkout Hodgetwins: http://www.youtube.com/hodgetwins Askhodgetwins: http://www.youtube.com/askhodgetwins Fastingtwins: http://www.youtube.com/fastingtwins Hodgetwins Bio: Keith and Kevin Hodge the Hodgetwins are famously known for their comedic commentary on the following Youtube channels Hodgetwins, Twinmusleworkout, AskHodgetwins and fastingtwins. They have earned a respectable 2.8 million loyal subscribers and grossed over 450 million views over these channels. YouTube Inaugural #YouTubeBLACK Event To Support Creators Of Color really changed our outlook and we would like to thank youtube for holding such an event.
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Get the latest interview tips,Job notifications, top MNC openings, placement papers and many more only at Freshersworld.com( https://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube ). Here is a video on “Tough sales job interview questions and how to answer them ” by a softskill trainer “Krupa”. Make a note about all the points and turn your skill to profession. Hope this information helps you in getting your dream job. Freshersworld.com is the No.1 job portal for freshers jobs in India. Check Out website for more Jobs & Careers. http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube Download our app today to manage recruitment when ever and where ever you want : Link :https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.freshersworld.jobs&hl=en ***Disclaimer: This is just a training video for candidates and recruiters. The name, logo and properties mentioned in the video are proprietary property of the respective organizations. The Preparation tips and tricks are an indicative generalized information. In no way Freshersworld.com, indulges into direct or indirect promotion of the respective Groups or organizations.
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Jason Nazar, CEO & Co-Founder of Docstoc (http://www.docstoc.com/) explains how business development is a vital part of any successful company. This video explores some valuable insider tips that will surely give you an advantage in your next biz dev deal. FOR MORE EXPERT CONTENT VISIT: http://www.docstoc.com/resources/videos Docstoc is the largest online collection of business and legal documents to help you grow and manage your small business and professional life. http://www.docstoc.com/docs/80774888/The-10-Keys-to-Business-Development
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How to take notes of meetings: Here is a tutorial of how I write meeting notes. The simplest and most effective way to take notes of your meeting. Download here: https://rodrigocaetano.com/meeting-minutes-template/?ref=yt_meeting_minutes_video This meeting minutes template is very useful in meetings. Print a batch of them and bring them along with you.
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Scientists have proven that we form our first impression about someone within the first 7 seconds of meeting them, and 55% of the first impression is based on appearance. Pay attention to 12 common things you should avoid not to ruin the first impression. In his research, psychologist William F. Chaplin found that people with a weak handshake are instantly judged as being shy, anxious, uninterested, or even completely incompetent. If you place your hands on the table, don’t squeeze them too tight or lay them flat with your palms down. This makes people feel like you want to control them. Also, don’t forget about the role that culture plays here. A 2007 study showed that people who maintain eye contact during a conversation are often seen as more confident, attentive, intelligent, and trustworthy. Try not to focus the conversation only on yourself and your issues. It’s always a good idea to be attentive to your conversation partner. Tapping can indicate nervousness, irritation, or impatience. People might even think that you’re purposely trying to irritate others or draw attention to yourself. And while cracking your knuckles can help relieve stress, it’s one of the most annoying sounds according to a survey by The New York Times. A study from the University of Essex showed that even just having one’s phone on the table next to them reduces a conversation’s quality and the participants’ engagement. So leave it in your bag or in your pocket. Running late to a meeting with people you don’t know or have a formal relationship with will shed a guaranteed negative light on you. You’ll seem like an unreliable and unorganized person that doesn’t respect people enough to value their time. Music: About That Oldie Vibe Tracks Josefina Quincas Moreira Merengue de Limon Quincas Moreira Pink Lemonade Silent Partner https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS A weak handshake 0:38 Keeping your hands in the wrong position 1:25 Chewing gum 2:15 Avoiding eye-contact 3:01 Playing with your hair 3:41 Picking the wrong conversation topics 4:25 Invading someone’s personal space 5:07 Making distracting noises 5:49 Constantly checking your phone 6:34 Forgetting people’s names 7:23 Being late 8:00 The wrong attire 8:47 SUMMARY -If you wanna give the right impression of confidence and capability, remember to grip the other person’s hand firmly and for no longer than 2 seconds. -Put your hands on your lap if you want, but never keep them in your pockets because this gives the impression that you’re hiding something. -Chewing on gum makes you look immature, self-centered, and somewhat low-brow. -Don't be afraid to lock eyes with another person from time to time instead of constantly looking around, especially when you meet them for the first time. -If you tend to play with your hair when you’re nervous, try to kick this habit, you could be sending them the wrong message. -Play it safe and avoid the general “taboo” topics out there. They include health problems, money, religion, politics, or personal problems and complaints. -When it comes to meeting someone for the first time, keep a minimum of 4 feet between the two of you. -It can be nearly impossible to control nervous tapping, but you have to try, especially during important meetings or presentations. -Even if you’re just checking the time on your screen, it comes off as extremely impolite when you do it during a conversation. -Immediately repeate someone’s name after you’ve been introduced. In case you forget the name, just play it cool and try to avoid using phrases where you have to name the other person. -Leave your house in enough time so that you don’t have to run to your meeting. You’ll be all disheveled and unfocused, and that looks bad too. -If you’re meeting somebody for the very first time, again, especially in more formal situations, try to be conservative in your choice of clothing, be polished, and don’t use heavy perfume or tons of makeup. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Joan Burge answers a question for an Executive Assistant. What topics should I be discussing during a one-on-one meeting with my Executive? Should I be the one to present tasks, ideas, etc? What type of dialog should my Executive be responsible for at our one-on-one meetings? This is part 2 of a 2 part video.
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This is a video of a business English conversation. It's a sales meeting between 2 native English speakers, Mr Lewis who is British and Mrs Jones, who is American. The meeting is in New York. Mr Lewis has a business proposal for Venus Systems. This exercise is good practice for esl students wanting to learn and improve their English speaking skills. The video will also be useful to English teachers wanting to show their students real-life business situations in English. At the end of the meeting, I explain some important English vocabulary. Other videos: Business English expressions: http://youtu.be/5cQv8pWsnEE Hotel booking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY0K5f06adg How to improve your English speaking: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sc4gh5gP1AE&index=1&list=PL6BDo90oiwpQiPot5bKFKZ2wQAk_ESR6_ Andrew, Crown Academy of English http://www.crownacademyenglish.com https://twitter.com/Crown_English http://www.youtube.com/user/CrownAcademyEnglish Voice credits: The American female voice-over was done by Katy Adelson, a very talented musician who has a YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/katyadelson (Traditional Fiddle Music and Tutorials) Photo credits by FreeDigitalPhotos.net: “Job Interview” by franky242 “Happy Professional Indicating Up” by imagerymajestic “Young Businesswoman” by marcolm “Young Smiling Professional” by imagerymajestic “Busy Woman Seriously Hearing The Customer Talk In Headset” by photostock
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Two of our very own executive assistants share their secrets of success learned straight from the busy trenches of Ramsey Solutions. Subscribe today to stay up to date with he latest videos! https://www.youtube.com/c/entreleadership?sub_confirmation=1
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Simple tools can increase the engagement of your team, increase productivity and avoid the ‘slacker effect.’ Professor Leigh Thompson offers four game changing tips to motivate your team and produce better results. Kellogg School on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KelloggSchool Kellogg Executive Education on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KelloggExecEd Learn more about our programs: https://kellogg.northwestern.edu/programs/all-programs.aspx Learn more about our Executive Education programs: https://kellogg.northwestern.edu/execed.aspx
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►For more free information, check out my Ultimate Guide to Salary Negotiation: http://www.iwillteachyoutoberich.com/guides/ultimate-guide-to-asking-for-a-raise-and-negotiating-salary/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ug-raise-yt What do you do if you've been offered a job, but the hiring manager says the salary has no flexibility? In this video, I'll not only show you how to deal with this situation but ALSO how to avoid it all together. More salary negotiation videos here: http://tinyurl.com/salary-negotiation-playlist
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Meeting Tomorrow is a 12 year old company with a startup feel, with a team of 60 friendly employees, 2 dogs, headquartered in the Ravenswood corridor of Chicago. We service the event industry by providing technology services and equipment to enable live and virtual events nationwide. Our internet marketing efforts generate hundreds of incoming leads daily that need to be addressed by friendly and responsive account executives. Everyone from IT directors, meeting planners , and CEOs are calling in for all different types of events and every call is different. If you love sales, we want you! For more info on the Account Executive career: https://meetingtomorrow.com/careers/account-executive Interested in another position? We’re always on the lookout for bright, passionate, hard-working people to join our team. View all our open job postings: https://meetingtomorrow.com/careers
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Learn more: http://www.sauder.ubc.ca/Programs/Executive_Education/Open_Enrollment_Programs/All_Courses/Meeting_The_Leadership_Challenge Designed for senior managers and executives, this powerful six-day program in residence will enable you to hone in on your unique leadership potential and leverage it to carry you to the next level.
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Effective Leadership - Setting Expectations for Powerful Performance There is a lot of training and many books written on effective leadership. Yet effective leadership comes down to just a handful of behaviors. One effective leadership practice is to set clear expectations. Employees are not you and they don’t know what you want. Effective leadership means telling employees what you expect and asking employees what they expect. Don’t guess why your employees joined your organization and what will make them stay, ask. Effective leadership requires knowing your employees’ need, likes, and dislikes, and accommodating those needs when it’s possible. Effective leadership also requires telling employees when you can’t meet their needs and discussing why. Lastly, effective leadership requires moving ineffective employees either to more appropriate roles or out of the organization. But you can’t do any of these things without knowing employees and setting clear expectations. Effective leadership requires asking the right questions so you know why your employees joined your organization and what employees need to stay and do their best work. If you want to engage and retain your best employees follow these effective leadership practices and your employees will be loyal to both you and the organization. Read more about Shari Harley at http://www.candidculture.com and http://www.howtosayanythingtoanyone.com. About Shari Harley Shari Harley is the founder and President of Candid Culture, a Denver-based training firm that is bringing candor back to the workplace, making it easier to give feedback at work. Harley is the author of the business communication book How to Say Anything to Anyone: A Guide to Building Business Relationships that Really Work. She is a keynote speaker at conferences and does effective leadership training throughout the U.S. Read more about Shari Harley’s effective leadership training at http://www.candidculture.com and http://www.howtosayanythingtoanyone.com. . Effective Leadership - Setting Expectations for Powerful Performance
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Want to be a better Manager? Do you work for someone who you think needs to be a better manager? Here are my top ten tips for becoming a better manager. When you're a manager, your success rests or falls on the quality of your team. Getting the most out of your people is your day job. Save 50% and get two months free with this fantastic management development offer: https://academy.rhlassociates.com/p/the-academy/?product_id=432356&coupon_code=YOUTUBEOFFER17 1. Adopt a customer service mindset. This is a slightly different take on the internal customer principle, because typically that applies to other departments, colleagues in other teams, even external suppliers. Yet adopting a mindset of the customer can really impact the relationships you have with your team. 2. Set clear goals and expectations. Setting clear goals and expectations may seem obvious, yet it's amazing how often we get that wrong. Wherever possible, agree the key performance indicators with your team. Set clear, and positive, expectations of what you want the team to deliver. This is in performance terms, but also in behaviour and values; how you want them to behave and perform as a group 3. Ask better questions. In my experience managers are really good at making statements, they're really good at telling people what to do Back to that policeman mode). they are far less good at asking questions where they really want to understand the other person, or the team's perspective. they've even got more sophisticated at making their statements and instructions appear to be like questions. So, use simple open questions; classic questions like "what do you think?" You'll be amazed at the response you get. Particularly when you stop and actually listen to what people have to say. 4. Seek ideas and share your experience. All too often, managers feel that they have to be the person to come up with the solution; they have to solve all the problems. It's simply not the case. People are full of really good ideas, real creativity that can help you drive innovation. As a manager, your role is to facilitate getting those ideas to the surface. 5. Role model behaviour and values. It's not a case of do as I say, it's a case of do as I do. As mentioned earlier, making people clear on expectations is great, but you need to demonstrate those behaviours and values in practice. Don't tell people one thing and behave in another way. They will not follow what you say, they will definitely follow what you do. 6. Remember a team is made up of individuals. They have different skills, different abilities. They have different ways of communicating, different ways of learning. They have different hopes, different expectations. As a manager, our role is to meet people where they are in terms of communication, in terms of learning.Making time for people is a really important part of the management process. 7. Keep things simple. Work hard to really keep things simple. Aim to keep things as clear and simple as you can. Simple doesn't mean easy. simple doesn't mean patronizing. Simple means clear, easy to connect with and understand. It makes a tremendous difference. Clear communication, clear instruction, clear involvement. Keep things simple. 8. Give and seek high quality performance feedback. One of the things I hear most often in organizations is 'we don't get enough feedback'. Rarely is that the case. It's that the feedback that is around is of such low quality that people don't actually recognize it as feedback. So find ways to give clear, high quality, non-judgemental feedback and don't forget to ask for feedback on your skills and abilities as a manager. 9. Be positive. Be positive (most of the time). Remember you are not a policeman. You're there to motivate, encourage, support and engage. 10. Use these five simple questions. Here are five test questions. Ask yourself how your team, members would answer. Better still, directly ask members of your team to answer. If they answer positively, it's a strong indicator that things are going well and you are moving in the right direction as a manager. Q1 - Do I fit in? Do I feel like a square peg in a round hole or do I feel that I belong. Q2 - Am I clear what's expected of me? Q3 - Do I feel supported? Is help available, am I confident to ask or do I feel policed and monitored. Q4 - Do I feel valued? Is my contribution worthwhile, do I feel an important part of the team. Q5 Do I feel inspired? Do I look forward to coming to work full of the joy of what I'm going to achieve that day. If members of your team answer yes, or positively to those five questions, then you are well on the way to becoming a more effective manager.
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What makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it's someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust. But creating trust and safety — especially in an uneven economy — means taking on big responsibility. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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